The new action and fantasy adventure from Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez and Hugo Grant, which you can now enjoy at Cinépoli and Cinemex, recovers some lessons from two influential Hollywood films.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves was revealed by Jeremy Latcham, who also executive produced titles such as Avengers: Age of Ultron and Spider-Man: Homecoming. one of the main influences in the film adaptation of the beloved game that you can already enjoy in theaters Cinepolis and Cinemex.
In an interview for Total Film, Latcham revealed that the film was largely used to bring to life practical monsters and physical monsters.in particular, he worked on drawing on Jurassic Park in the early 1990s. “When people say practical effects, it often brings to mind Jurassic Park. Practical effects have never stopped innovating ever since,” he shared.
Dungeons & Dragons co-directors Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley stood by to explain how they applied the lessons learned from Jurassic Park. That is, a skillful combination of practical and visual effects. “Jurassic Park was very animalistic in the spirit of our approach to this movie. What Spielberg did so perfectly was to blend practical and visual effects. And this is what we were able to do.
But the Spielberg-centric readings don’t stop there, the directors of Game of the Night, starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams; He emphasized that his first goal was to get to the heart of the story and the characters: “First of all the heart
Latcham said another inspiration arose from the lessons AvatarA hit in the air James Cameron“them” [Goldstein y Daley] they understand that they have love themselves. If you have a cautionary tale without love, you are delusional. Jim Cameron is at this point, and rightly so.
Dungeons & Dragons brings the wild world and playful spirit of the legendary RPG to the big screen in this hilarious. action adventure starring a group of disparate heroes and thieves consisting of Christopher Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis and Hugh Grant.